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WarszeMuzik

In frames of the fourth edition of the WarszeMuzik festival, we will return to wandering around Warsaw Ghetto's remaining buldings. We will visit a tenement house in Chłodna 20 (the Clock House), we will play music in front of the house of Mieczysław Wajnberg in Żelazna 66, chamber music will also be heard in the old tenement house in Chłodna 41, where we were present a year ago with a series of concerts. Due to the COVID19 pandemic, we cannot, as in previous years, ride bicycles, stop at the...
Sunday concerts as part of the WarszeMuzik festival will take place at the Umschlag Platz Monument in Warsaw for the second time. It is impossible not to notice the uniqueness of this place. The Umschlag Platz Monument is an important area both for those who follow the Warsaw trail of places commemorating the Holocaust but also for those who would like to listen to chamber music on a summer Sunday afternoon. One might wonder whether the monument area - surrounded by stone walls, without a roof...
We are pleased to introduce the Composer-in-Residence of the 2020 WarszeMuzik festival: Yair Klartag. Yair Klartag (1985) is an Israeli composer currently living in Tel Aviv and teaching composition at Tel Aviv University. He has studied composition with Ruben Seroussi and Georg Friedrich Haas at Tel-Aviv University, Basel Musikhochschule and Columbia University. Other important composition studies and masterclasses include George Lewis, Fred Lerdahl, Chaya Czernowin, Brian Ferneyhough and...
Supporters and partners of the WarszeMuzik festival 2020 - Culture Department of the city of Warsaw - Museum of the History of Polish Jews POLIN - Ministry of Culture and National Heritage - Institute of Music and Dance - Cultural Centre of Wola District - Association of Authors ZAiKS - Association of Artists StoArt - PZU Foundation
Classical Music Magazine (March 2020): "...vinyl disc whose warm sound helps to evoke the Warsaw summer nights (...) outdoors, in the ruins of the former Jewish ghetto." "Two Mazurkas, composed aged 14, played with great charm by pianist Marek Bracha." "Karpowicz responds to its [Wajnberg's Flute Concerto No.1] poignant mood even more successfully than the Russian virtuoso Alexander Korneyev, for whom the work was written, and she is up to every last demi-semiquaver of the work's fiendishly...